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AARP Massachusetts

News and information important to Bay State residents age 50+
AARP Massachusetts is only one search or click away on many major platforms. Namely: Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, and X (formerly known as Twitter). Follow, like, and freely subscribe to our channels to stay updated on the latest events, webinars, and information sessions.
With AARP Massachusetts, there is always plenty to do and learn. This page does the work of keeping track of all of our free events, information sessions and more for you. Find the events or series of events that are just to your liking or try something outside of your comfort zone.
Use your life experience to enrich the lives of those in your community and help however you can. Volunteer with AARP Massachusetts virtually or in-person. There's plenty of different opportunities to volunteer and roles to fill. This month we're featuring our Fraud Watch Network; become a fraud fighter with AARP. Help alert neighbors to nearby scams
In anticipation of this winter’s heating costs, AARP Massachusetts has been encouraging people to apply for LIHEAP, a federal heating assistance program. Households may also be able to get related help with weatherization and appliance repairs.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Massachusetts for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
Once a month, on the first & 2nd Saturdays of every month, AARP members and volunteers in the Greater Worcester & Boston areas sign up to walk and talk with each other and a local healthcare provider. People of all ages, fitness levels, and backgrounds are welcome to these free, ongoing events. Walking in Worcester on every 1st Saturday of the month and Boston every 2nd Saturday. RAIN OR SHINE. Sign up today.
As the fall formal legislation season winds down, AARP Massachusetts saw key bills make headway on Beacon Hill. Nursing home reform and a bill aimed at cutting prescription drug costs cleared hurdles.
Note: The Bill passed the Massachusetts House of Representatives and now goes to the Senate for consideration
Note: This bill passed the Massachusetts Senate November 15. It now moves to the House for consideration.
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